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5^4 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Issue of the late Rev. Arthur Henry Winnington-Ingram, b. 1818, d. 1887 : ;. 1849, Sophia Mary, da. of the late Lieut. -Col. George Arnold : Rev. Arthur Rogers, b. 1850; ed. at St. John's Coll., Oxford, and at Gloucester Theological Coll. ; is R. of Lassington, near Gloucester : tn. 1884, Rose Clare, widow of R. S. Knott, Esq., Barrister-at- Law. Residence, Lassington Rectory, near Gloucester. Issue of the late Rear-Adm. Herbert Frederick Winnington-Ingram, b. 1820, d. 1889 : in. 1856, Catherine (now of Verulam Villas, St. Alban's), da. of Charles Twining, Esq., of Halifax, Nova Scotia : Herbert Edward, b. 1869. Pauline Frances : m. 1870, Charles Alexander Gallop, Esq., who d. iSoo.^^Florence Herbert: m. 1883, Thomas Hill, Esq. Catherine : m. 1886, Henry Leslie Bates, Esq., L.R.C.P. (Lond.). Residence, St. Alban's. Herts. Annie. Residence, This family were lords of the manor of Winnington temp. Edward I., where they continued to reside till the beginning of the xviiith century. The 4th baronet was M.P. for Bewdley (L) 1832-46 and 1857-68. The present baronet is descended from Sir Francis Winnington, Knt., of Stanford Court, who was appointed in 1678 Solicitor-General to Charles II., a post which he resigned, that he might act consistently with his conscience, by supporting the Exclusion Bill. WISEMAN, Creation 1628, of Canfleld Hall, Essex. Sir WILLIAM WISEMAN, gth Baronet; b. Aug. 23rd, 1845 ; s. his father, Rear-Adm. Sir WILLIAM SALTONSTALL, 1874; ed..in Switzerland; entered R.N. 1859, became Capt. 1882 ; served in New Zealand war 1864-5 (medal), and in Niger Expedition 1868 ; is a J.P. for Essex : m. 1878, Sarah Elizabeth, da. of Lewis Langworthy, Esq., late of Ellesmere House, Putney, and has issue. |rms Sable, a chevron ermine between three coronels argent. Crest A tower or, port open argent, out of the top a demi-Moor issuant armed proper, in his right hand a dart argent, barbed or plumed or, in his left a Roman target of the last. Residence The Priory, Writtle, Essex. Clubs United Service Garrick. Sapit qui Deo sa Son living WILLIAM GEORGE EDEN, b. Feb. ist, 1885. Daughters living Winifred May. Dorothy Lilian. Margery Elizabeth. Joan Hilda. Marion. Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late Thomas Wiseman, Esq., 2nd son of 6th baronet : Issue of the late Thomas Wiseman, Esq., b. 1778, d. 18 : in. 18 : Several sons, the eldest of whom (or his representative) is heir-presumptive to baronetcy. Issue of the late Alexander Wiseman, Esq., b. 1785, d. 18 : m. 1807, Anne Stanley : A son, b. 1 8 . Issue of the late Charles Pierce Wiseman, Esq., b. 17 , d. 18 : m. 18 : Several sons. Issue of the late William Wiseman, Esq., 3rd son of 6th baronet, b. 1762, d. 18 : m. 17 , Elizabeth, da. of John Robertson, Esq., of Philadelphia : George Augustus, b. 1808. In the ordination made by Edward I. for the better government of Scotland, after his conquest of that kingdom, William Wiseman was Sheriff of Elgin, and Alexander Wiseman was made Sheriff of Foreis and Inerran. Not long afterwards, Simon Wiseman was found to possess lands at Cotes, Northamptonshire, and a member of the family purchased Canfield Park, in Essex, temp. Edward VI. WOLSELEY, Creation 1628, of Wolseley, Staffordshire. Sir CHARLES MICHAEL WOLSELEY, gth Baronet ; b. 1846; s. his father, Sir CHARLES, 1854; ed. at Downside and Oscott Colls., and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; formerly Lieut. 2nd Stafford Militia and Staffordshire Yeo. Cav. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Stafford: m. 1883, Anita Theresa, el. da. of the late Daniel T. Murphy, Esq., of San Francisco, U.S. A., and has issue. Vrms Argent, a talbot passant gules. Crest Out of a ducal coronet or, a wolfs head erased proper. Seat Wolseley Hall, Rugeley, Staffordshire. Club Brooks's. Sons living EDRIC CHARLES JOSEPH, b. April 7 th, 1886 William Ralph, b. 1887. Homo omini lupus. Brothers living Edward Talbot, b. 1848 ; formerly Capt. 3 rd Staf- M an is as a -wolf towards & rd M i li T tia , : '"-1872, Florence Mary, da. of the late Edward Weld, his fellow-man Ksq., of Lulwortn Castle, Dorset, and has issue living, Mervyn Joseph, b. 1873, Hubert Joseph, b. 1874, Charles Joseph, b. 1877, Edward Joseph, b. 1880, Algernon Henry Joseph, b. 1881. Club, Junior Carlton. Rev. Robert Joseph, 6. 1850 ; is in Holy Orders of Ch. of Rome. Residence,